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In the Public Interest : Nine Points to Consider in Licensing University Technology
Article mis en ligne le 5 décembre 2013

par F.O
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In the Public Interest : Nine Points to Consider in Licensing University Technology

(Caltech, Cornell, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Yale ...)

Knowledge transfer leaders provide guidance on licensing A group of 10 of the universities that are most successful at commercializing their inventions have published a list of recommendations on how institutions can best license their patents while serving the public good.

The suggestions include : avoid licensing to companies that do not commit to developing the invention ; be aware of the implications of working with patent aggregators ; and find ways to allow people in developing nations access to patents that could improve their lives.

The institutions involved in the white paper are Stanford, Harvard, Yale and Cornell Universities, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California, the University of Illinois at Chicago and at Urbana-Champaign, the University of Washington, the California Institute of Technology, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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